800px-Barrie Molson Centre

Barrie Molson Centre

Barrie is located in the central part of Southern Ontario in Canada. It is about 80 kilometers north of Toronto on the shore of Lake Simcoe. It has a population of approximately 130,000.

There have been a large number of hockey teams based there over the years. including the junior and senior Barrie Flyers and the junior B and major junior Barrie Colts.


  • Barrie
  1. OHA Sr., 1894-1895; 1903-1904; 1905-1906)
  2. OHA Sr. B, 1947-1948)
  3. (OHA Jr., 1897-1900; 1902-1905; 1907-1912; 1914-1915; 1916-1920; 1921-1922; 1923-1931; 1932-1933)
  1. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1992-1993) joined OPJHL
  2. (Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League, 1993-1995) granted OHL expansion team
  3. (Ontario Hockey League, 1995-present)
  1. (Ontario Hockey Association Jr. A, 1945-1960) moved to Niagara Falls
  2. (OHA Sr. A, 1966-1979) join Georgian Bay Intermediate A Hockey League
  3. (OHA Sr. A, 1983-1984)




Barrie's arena gets artificial ice in 1945.

  • Allandale Recreation Centre
  • Barrie Arena
  • Barrie Molson Centre
  • Circle at Centre Rink
  • East Bayfield Arena
  • Eastview Arena
  • Holly Recreation Centre
  • National Training Rinks

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